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Saturday Sports Preview: Setting the Big Green on Fire

Football: After a turnover-filled Homecoming loss to Penn, football is on the road this week, at winless Dartmouth. Last year, the Big Green provided Columbia its first win of the season, with the Light Blue offense generating 374 yards of offense. Kickoff is at 1:30, with audio on Columbia athletics website and WKCR. Soccer: Two […]
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Bwoglines: Getting What You Pay For

Mike Bloomberg has broken his own campaign spending record, already blowing through $85.2 million with 11 days still to go. (AP) When you’re Hugh Hefner, you’re “old enough to be the great-grandfather of some of his girlfriends.” Oh, and old enough to receive front-webpage articles that describe your cultural contributions as “almost quaint.” (NYT) The […]
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CAVA Ambulance in Accident at 116th and Broadway

Just after 9, CAVA’s ambulance was involved in an accident at 116th and Broadway.  Emergency personnel are still on the scene dealing with victims in the other vehicle; at least one of its three four passengers has been taken to the hospital in a neck brace. Observers at the scene and email tipsters tell Bwog […]
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Eyepoke: Better than Pulp in Your Apple Cider

Forty-eight straight hours in Butler is an unusual path to martyrdom. It’s autumn in Morningside Heights, and we’re evidently more hungry than genuinely wistful. Yoga has always been a scene, but now it’s official. DJ Earworm talks business; he’s actually quite articulate. Midwesterners are quaint.
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Night Market 2009: Where Love will be Made in Lieu of War

If you smell the sweet smell of community wafting off Low Plaza this evening, don’t be alarmed: it’s only Night Market, the Chinese Student Club’s annual outdoor mega-mixer. Always one of the most popular fall events on campus, Night Market unites many of Columbia’s finest ethnic-food-toting, prop-slinging, limb-flailing clubs for a night of performances and […]
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In Defense of… Revson Plaza

Bwog’s latest Defense project is of an architectural persuasion: Revson Plaza and its sculptures. Claire Sabel bravely takes on the task. For some, Revson Plaza, the elevated walkway over Amsterdam connecting SIPA, EC, and the Law School to the rest of the campus does not sit comfortably among the rest of the Morningside architecture. There […]
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This Band is MAD Classy!

Looks like the New York Philharmonic’s got competition. Photo by JYH
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Love for (Love): NOMADS Review

Black Box Correspondent Mark Hay attended last night’s performance of NOMADS’s latest production: Your correspondent arrived early to last night’s production of “The (Love) Story of Myrtle Willoughby and Willough Myrtleby (and the Neighbors)” to attend its Opening Gala—mainly due to the promise of free food—where I happened to meet Kurt Kanazawa (CC’11), president of […]
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Bwoglines or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Good morning, Columbia; or is it? While we dreamt the night away, the world descended ever further into the throes of chaos! See for yourself: Hulu may begin charging for content in 2010, apparently because we haven’t been showing it enough love. (Huffington Post) Mumps outbreaks in Brooklyn and New Jersey are linked to a […]
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Free Dinner

Engineers Without Borders is holding a giant Roone-sized event this evening at 7:00.  Beyond Borders: Food will feature discussions with experts about the “cultural and social contexts” and the “systemic factors” affect our food. Academic blathering aside, the event will feature an “Indian/African” dinner – no word on whether this is a hybrid or two […]
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Guide to the Weekend: The Run-Up to Candy

As always a plethora of exciting events to entice you to leave Morningside Heights, but equally important is the costume hunt for the upcoming, All Hallows Eve-encompassing, long weekend… stay tuned to Bwog for important Halloween updates Ongoing Paley DocFest Documentary Festival tickets go on sale Friday for events throughout the rest of October. Student […]
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SocketHop: Seventh Time’s the Charm

SocketHop explains technology affairs to the technologically-impaired. Today marks the public release of Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 7.  There’s a lot of information and a lot of technical details flying around the web, so we’ve tried to distill it down into a chunk of need-to-know information. What is Windows 7? Windows 7 is the […]
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In Defense of… Revson Plaza

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